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A HI NEOGRAPHED NEWSPAPER
Published Weekly
During the Sumner Season
Mrs. Janes Newton, Editor
Jessie Harbison, Assistant Editor
THURSDAYs JULY 26, 1962
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WHITESIDE MDIBTAIN—UNAKiWKANOOS
Die follovdng passage is fi*c© Judge
Felix Alleyns book, •’Random Thoughts and
the Musings of a MDuntaineer. ” Judge
Felix was bom and reared in Western North
Carolina.•••
•’A few days ago I went back to the old
GflLRX theatre
!niursday July 26
Robert Wagner-Dolores Hart^Carolyn Jones
Itankie Avalon-Ernie Kovacs in
“Sail fl Crooked Ship"
Matinee at 2:30
Night at 7*35 & 9s25
Feature Approx, 2:50, 7:55 &
Adm 25^ & 60^
9:45
Friday July 27
EVedric March—Ben Gazzara-Dick Clark
Ina EalirwEddie Albert in
" The YounG Doctors"
Shows at 7:25 & 9:30
Feature at Approx* 7:45 & 9:55
Adm. 25(& & 75^
Sat-Sun July 2S-29
Fred MacMurray-Jane in
“Bon Voyrge"
in Color
Saturday Shows at 2:00, 4:30, 7:00 & 9:30
Sunday Shows at 2:30 & 9:00
Feature i^prox* 10 Min After Show Starts
Adm 25^ & 75^
MorwTue July 30-31
Qyd Charisse-Moira Shearer
Zizi Jeanmarie-Roland Petit in
"Blrck Tights "
in Color
Special Matinee Tuesday at 2*30
Night Shows at 7:15 & 9:30
Feature Approx# 10 Mn After Show Starts
Adm 50^ & H.OO
Wednesday Ajigust 1
Sandra Dee—John Gavin«*Skim Tamiroff in
''RomqnoFf nno Juliet"
in Color
Shows at 7:20 & 9:30
Feature at Approx* 7*40 & 9:50
Adm 25^ & 75«6
home and scenes of my childhood, at the
base of Whiteside Mountain, in the southern
part of Jackson County, where my parents
lived together for fifty-nine years, and
where their ten children were bom and
reared.
”I vfont first to the top of Whiteside,
which rises five thousand four hundred feet
above sea level, anf ^tood upon the rugged
cliffs and crags foriiong that towering
mountain, subdued and toned in their gi
gantic grandeur by the blue haze that is
(C0N*T ON PAGE 14)
E. L. PHILLIPS PASSES
Word has been received of the death
of £• L* Phillips of Jacksonville, Fla*
and a long time summer resident of Highlandj
Following a long illness, Mr* Phillips pass
ed away Saturday, July 21# Funeral servicet
were held in Jacksonville Monday afternoon*
Mrs* Phillips plans to come to Highlands
scanetdme during the month of August*
PICTURES OF WILD FLOWERS AT HIGHLANDS
MQSEDM, JULY 31ST
”Wild Flowers of the Southern Appala^
chains, through the Seasons,” is the sub»
ject of a kodachrome showing to be given
by Mr. Ralph M* Sargent at the Highlands
K&iseum on Tuesday, July 31st, at 8:00 p*m#
For the benefit of the Botanical Garden of
the Biological Station, a charge of |0L*OO
will be made for admission*
The pictures will concentrate on the
native flowers of the Highlands area, re*
vealing the wealth of the spring and fall
flora, as well as the flowers familiar to
summer residents* In addition to the ccm^-
mon flowers, •fliere will be views of many
rare plants* All will be identified, both
(CON*T ON PAGE 13)
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